Trapper Schoepp is a Milwaukee-based singer-songwriter who gained prominence in 2019 by co-writing “On, Wisconsin” with Bob Dylan, making him the youngest musician to share a credit with the Nobel Prize laureate. Known for his folk and Americana music, Schoepp’s songs draw from personal experiences, cultural observations, and historical events. Crafting poignant and thought-provoking lyrics, he delves into the complexities of human relationships and society. His early work, including “Run, Engine, Run,” showcased his ability to blend folk and rock elements, earning critical acclaim. Schoepp’s evolution as an artist includes collaborations with other musicians, solidifying his place in contemporary folk and Americana scenes. His dedication to songwriting and storytelling makes him a standout figure in the music industry.
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